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Old 01-24-2013, 07:46 PM   #11
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Yes, I did it the same way as engine codes.

HOw do I get to the ABS codes?

ALso, I thing the ABS may be DOA. I don't hear or feel the pulse at initial start up anymore.
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You need an ODB III to read the ABS codes. Which in most cases means going to the dealer because those scanners are not cheap.
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This is a 93 Bonny. No odb3 here

BTW I found I'm supposed to ground pin H. Unfortunately there is nothing there.

This is weird. There is a pin on A & B then on JKLM

I'm guessing someone hacked with the wires. Anybody know what the color codes for an ALDL connector are suposed to be?
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You need an ODB III to read the ABS codes. Which in most cases means going to the dealer because those scanners are not cheap.

What is an OBD III?
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Good question, ill let you know when and if they come out with them. Meant the complete ODB II scanning tool, not a little pocket scanner.
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